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Cour Presentation Flow Présentée par Azza Abdelmelek Vice President Talent Management AIESEC NABEL

Cour Presentation Flow Présentée par Azza Abdelmelek Vice President Talent Management AIESEC NABEL

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  • 1. Presentation Flow By Azza Abdelmlek 1
  • 2. We are pissed off becauseYour F*ckingPresentation Suck
  • 3. Presentations and reports are ways of communicating ideas and information to a group. 3
  • 4. But, a presentation carries thespeakers personality better and allows immediate interaction between all the participants. 4
  • 5. The Tool most common 5
  • 6. Think : powerpoint presentation Not powerpoint presentation 7
  • 7. 4 Steps :ContentStructure DesignDelivery
  • 8. ResearchOrganization of data and themesCONTENT 9
  • 9. 5 components to analyzeThe audienceThe situation / knowledge of the environmentThe subject / ContentThe meaning / the aimThe time / essential points 10
  • 10. Look at the big picture 11
  • 11. Breaking it down into details 12
  • 12. Organize into subtopics anddevelop them one at a time 13
  • 13. Building Credibility- Fact based reasoning- Emotional appeals- Examples- Visual- Clear and accurate language 14
  • 14. Informative StructurePersuasive StructureSTRUCTURE 15
  • 15. Informative StructurePersuasive Structure 16
  • 16. Informative Structure1. Beginning2. Central idea/ goal/ questions3. Introduction to main point4. Main point5. Summary6. Ending 17
  • 17. Persuasive Structure1. Attention2. Need identified3. Satisfaction4. Visualization5. Action 18
  • 18. DESIGN 19
  • 19. DEATH by Powerpoint 20
  • 20. your presentation should move & inspire peopledon’t bore your audience, Involve them ! 21
  • 21. today all the tools are available to create a beautifully designed presentation and most are free! 22
  • 22. so please, lets stop designing presentations like its 1999 23
  • 23. There’s an art to puttingtogether a solid presentation 24
  • 24. 1. Have a KILLERTitle Opening Slide 25
  • 25. Don’t be afraid to have a bold title that will grab peoples attention 26
  • 26. If you’re uploading your presentationonline a visually stunning opening slide is everything. Just like a book people will judge your presentation by its cover, so make sureits an awesome one that will get clicks. 27
  • 27. 2. Use a Color Scheme 28
  • 28. 3. Use Stunning Images 29
  • 29. What do people remember?... 30
  • 30. 4. Get Your Text Right KissKeep It Simple and Stupid 31
  • 31. Are you Giving a Document or a Presentation ? 48+ words/slide = document 32
  • 32. 5. Use CRAP •ContrastThe MostImportant •RepetitionAcronym •Alignmentin Design •Proximity 33
  • 33. C. Good Contrast can make your slide look crisp and organised#1Social MediaIs So F*cking HUGE 34
  • 34. R. Repetition of design element gives a cohesive look 35
  • 35. A. Line it up and make sure that element are symmetrical 36
  • 36. P. Group similar and related elements together 37
  • 37. Always double-check your design work with these principles: Contrast, Repetition,Alignment, and Proximity. 38
  • 38. 5 Shocking Design Mistakes you must Avoid 39
  • 39. Putting all your points on one slide sucks. 40
  • 40. If you’re going to use standard Microsoft clipart you 41suck.
  • 41. Pixelation sucks. Use High-quality images at their right 42size
  • 42. Be mindful of things like spacing, white space andalignment. 43
  • 43. most experts say: An outstanding 1-hour presentationtakes 30 hours or more of prep time. 44
  • 44. Design, don’t just slap something together. If your presentation sucks, don’t blame PowerPoint. 45
  • 45. 46
  • 46. How you develop your delivery strategy and style Human Element?DELIVERY 47
  • 47. Body Language• Connection between words and movements• Body Position• Hands behavior• Get the public`s attention 48
  • 48. Powerful Speaking: The Obama Way 49
  • 49. Things to Remember• Energy• Connection between words and movements• Keep on balance not moving forward and Backward 50
  • 50. Things to Remember• Hip static. If you move it forward and backward shows lack of objectivity.• People reply your expressions and your body position 51
  • 51. Hands Behaviour- Expose your hands (don`t put them in your pockets or on your back)- Don`t cross your arms- “Standard” Position: hands on the level of your diaphragm (like you were going to hold a glass of water on a table) 52
  • 52. Tips• Always Smile =)• Wear nice and clean clothes• Walk in “moon shape” (like you were drawing the shape of a moon on the floor with your feet) shows confidence. 53
  • 53. Tone• Use the tone to call attention (for good and bad moments)• Which words deserve to be highlighted during your speech?• Keywords 54
  • 54. Tone• Speak SLOWLY and CALMLY when introducing videos, wrap-ups, fully detailed explanations or explanations that requires confidence• Speak LOUDLY and CLEARLY for introductions and for calling attention• Pauses are important 55
  • 55. Eye ContactA very effective way to catch people attention 56
  • 56. Present like Steve Jobs 57
  • 57. Eye ContactIf you look to the people, they will return the look for you. If you look to somewhere else, they will also look to this place. 58
  • 58. Eye Contact• Don`t keep looking to one person during all your presentation.• Try not read the slides during your presentation.• Don`t look to the floor. 59
  • 59. Audio Visual Support- Let the presentation more interesting, dynamic and more participative- Music, photos, videos are some examples- Be Creative!!! 60
  • 60. Stage Fright Control• Prepare yourself for the presentation.• Try to find friendly faces• Avoid not friendly faces 61
  • 61. Stage Fright Control- Speaking outloud brings confidence- Laugh and make jokes. Humor is a very powerful weapon- NEVER lie. 62
  • 62. Stage Fright Control- If you make mistakes, take it easy.- Remember that you have more knowledge than them- Remember that the people are there listening to you because they have interest in learning something. They aren`t there to judge 63
  • 63. Conclusion Be Impressive ” Be present and sensitive Be enthuastic and committed Show willingness to interactUse the strength of peace and silence” 64

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